Santa Cruz County History - Government



Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors, 2000--

Information courtesy of the Office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.

2000-2009 || 2010--

2000--2009

Year Chair Supervisors
2000 Mardi Wormhoudt
  • Janet K. Beautz
  • Walter J. Symons
  • Tony Campos
  • Jeff Almquist
2001 Tony Campos
  • Janet K. Beautz
  • Ellen Pirie
  • Mardi Wormhoudt
  • Jeff Almquist
2002 Janet K. Beautz
  • Ellen Pirie
  • Mardi Wormhoudt
  • Tony Campos
  • Jeff Almquist
2003 Ellen Pirie
  • Janet K. Beautz
  • Mardi Wormhoudt
  • Tony Campos
  • Jeff Almquist
    (appointed by Governor to
    Superior Court on 10/10/03)
  • Mark W. Stone
    (appointed by Governor on
    11/12/03 to fill remainder
    of Almquist's term)
2004 Mardi Wormhoudt
  • Janet K. Beautz
  • Ellen Pirie
  • Tony Campos
  • Mark W. Stone
2005 Tony Campos
  • Janet K. Beautz
  • Ellen Pirie
  • Mark W. Stone
  • Mardi Wormhoudt
2006 Mark W. Stone
  • Janet K. Beautz
  • Tony Campos
  • Ellen Pirie
  • Mardi Wormhoudt
2007 Janet K. Beautz
  • Tony Campos
  • Neal Coonerty
  • Ellen Pirie
  • Mark W. Stone
2008 Ellen Pirie
  • Janet K. Beautz
  • Tony Campos
  • Neal Coonerty
  • Mark W. Stone
2009 Neal Coonerty
  • Tony Campos
  • John Leopold
  • Ellen Pirie
  • Mark W. Stone

2000-2009 || 2010--

2010--

Year Chair Supervisors
2010 Tony Campos
  • Neal Coonerty
  • John Leopold
  • Ellen Pirie
  • Mark W. Stone
2011 Mark W. Stone
  • John Leopold
  • Ellen Pirie
  • Neal Coonerty
  • Greg Caput
2012 John Leopold
  • Neal Coonerty
  • Ellen Pirie
  • Greg Caput
  • Mark W. Stone
2013 Neal Coonerty
  • Zach Friend
  • John Leopold
  • Greg Caput
  • Bruce McPherson

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